The Course Iterations Lead role oversees the Course Iterations unit in the Learning Design team, which is responsible for supporting the ongoing maintenance of the existing short course portfolio from presentation to presentation. This is done through the implementation of iterative review changes and updates that ensure ongoing relevance, up-to-date content, pedagogical soundness, and accuracy. The role provides guidance and direction to the Course Iterations unit as a key quality assurance function in the “customer experience” of students, university partners and internal teams. The Course Iterations Lead is accountable for ensuring that the necessary processes, documentation and lines of communication are in place to enable quick and accurate updates to course content on the Online Campus. The role requires managing expectations with internal stakeholders, as well as faculty and teaching teams, about delivery timelines, scope, and constraints. Success in this team is defined by the ability to balance academic, technological, and human concerns against tight delivery timelines. Importantly, the Course Iterations Lead must foster an overall sense of calm and confidence around the course iteration process by being a readily available and highly knowledgeable resource to internal and external stakeholders.